Dalia Fateh seeks to work with first-rate film talent and is constantly on the lookout for fresh ideas and perspectives. Her professional experience includes journalism, a post with the International Foundation for Election Systems where she traveled throughout the Middle East monitoring elections, and work for the office of Preventive Diplomacy at the United Nations Secretariat analyzing and reporting on escalating conflicts in west Asia. Able to speak six languages (English, Arabic, French, Farsi, Hebrew and Spanish), having traveled extensively from the Philippines to West Africa to Belize, and acutely interested in matters of international policy, Dalia eventually turned her attentions to filmmaking where she injects her experiences, knowledge and understanding into documentaries that are compelling to audiences of all levels.
Dalia Fateh received her Ph.D. at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, focusing on the unique role that the clergy play in modern day Iranian elections. She obtained a Graduate Degree in Documentary Filmmaking from The George Washington University.